Australia’s greatest country singers will perform on stage when the Toyota Golden Guitars – Country Music Awards of Australia are held in Tamworth on Saturday 24 January.
With a huge amount of performances across four hours the star studded line-up includes multiple award-winners Kasey Chambers, Australian country music icon Troy Cassar-Daley, John Williamson, The McClymonts, Adam Harvey and Luke O’Shea.
Hot new country music star Morgan Evans, is set to be the big night’s master of ceremonies and will also perform. Troy Cassar-Daley will be performing the new single Take a Walk in My Country from his brand new album Freedom Ride which is released in just over a month (March 2015).
The huge performance line-up also includes McAlister Kemp, Harmony James, Jasmine Rae, Lyn Bowtell, Amber Lawrence, Adam Eckersley Band, Dean Perrett, Graham Rodger and Mustered Courage.
Kristy Cox, Allan Caswell, Kevin Bennett, Dianne Lindsay & Peter Simpson, Aleyce Simmonds, 8 Ball Aitken, Jared Porter and Christie Lamb also join the chorus, as Country music’s night of nights sings its heart out in Tamworth.
To secure a seat all you have to do is visit the website: tcmf.com.au/awards where tickets can be bought for as little as $49.
Top country performers will be joined by Beccy Cole, Catherine Britt, Shane Nicholson, Jerry Salley, Dobe Newton, Travis Collins, Lachlan Bryan, Ashleigh Dallas, Kaylee Bell, Jenny Queen and Pixie Jenkins to present awards.
The event kicks off at 5pm in the Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Conference Centre (TRECC) forecourt with live entertainment from Brothers3 and a glamourous red carpet arrival of Australia’s hottest country music stars. The Awards will be presented at a gala concert at TRECC from 7.30pm.
The night will also pay a special tribute to the legendary Buddy Williams, to mark the 75th anniversary since his first Regal Zenophone (EMI) recordings were made.
As to who will win the Golden Guitars, you’ll have to be there to find out.
With over 4,000 events held across 10 days, attracting 55,000 visitors across Australia and the world, doubling Tamworth’s population; the Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth is the biggest music festival in the southern hemisphere, and the home of country music in Australia.
The Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth 2015 will run until Sunday 25 January. It is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW.